Construction of a 60-family apartment community on a key downtown gateway corridor broke ground on November 13, 2012, at 1029 Germantown St. Germantown Village is the first phase of a neighborhood revitalization initiative that will bring new housing and other improvements to the Germantown-Broadway area. Nearby are downtown Dayton, the historic Wright-Dunbar Village and the recently constructed Greater Dayton Recreation Center. The four-acre community is designed to complement the historic character of nearby areas and to be a prominent feature of the neighborhood's streetscape. The 60 apartments, in five two- and three-story buildings, will consist of 20 one-bedroom, 20 two-bedroom and 20 three-bedroom units. Apartments will include Energy Star appliances and HVAC, ceramic tile, ceiling fans, and many other features. Fifteen percent of the units are ADA-compliant. The community's amenities will include a playground, a garden, walkways and a community room. More than half of the apartments will offer rents affordable to households at or below 50 percent of the area median income. The development is financed by a variety of sources including federal NSP2 (Neighborhood Stabilization Program) funds, federal HOME funds and tax credit equity awarded by the Ohio Housing Finance Agency and monetized through an innovative affordable housing investment partnership between UnitedHealth Group, one of the nation's top health and well-being companies, and U.S. Bank. Project partners include Greater Dayton Premier Management, The Michaels Development Company, the City of Dayton, the Ohio Housing Finance Agency, CR Architecture, Model Construction, Kleingers & Associates, Interstate Realty Management, US Bank and UnitedHealth Group.